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Intercuts scenes from Jack London's To build a fire with modern urban and rural winter scenes to point out the dangers of winter storms and low temperatures. Designed to stimulate discussion on civil preparedness for winter storms. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks 16mm Archive. Email us at email@example.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topics: winter storm, civil defense, survival
"Spotted Dolphin - Born into a world of crystal clear water, the spotted dolphin is welcomed by excited relatives...Sea Otter - The baby sea otter is born in the translucent green canopy of the towering kelp forest..." Topics: vhs, spotted dolphin, sea otter, marine life, survival, Atlantic hammerhead, sea mammal, otter pup,... Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Created in the 1950s, "Food Supply After the Bomb" examines the aftermath of an atomic attack, and posits what the response might be from civilians and government officials. The devastation to America's food production areas, and the food and drinking water shortages that would follow as a result of contamination, is dramatized. Rationing would be a necessity, and each American home should (according to the narrator) keep at least a ten day supply of food on hand in an "Emergency... Topics: Fallout, Bomb Shelter, Civil Defense, Atomic Bomb, Nuclear Warfare, Fallout shelter, Nuclear...
This Royal Canadian Air Force film shows a military plane crash and its aftermath, with one uninjured crewman doing his best to keep injured cohorts alive until help arrives. The title of the film is not certain (because the opening title is missing!) but we believe it is called "No Time to Lose". The scenario unfolds as the plane's crew, already low on fuel and with an engine out, learns that their base is completely fogged in. Moments later a second engine failure dooms the... Topics: Royal Canadian Air Force, Aircraft, Plane Crash, Accident, Survival, Canada, Airplane, Morse Code